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be out of work. >> at the pentagon, thousands of workers would see their work week cut down by a day. some 8hundred thousand workers would looz a day pay. we'd see the biggest impact in our state along with virginia, texas and georgia. >> as far as like the day-to- day business of operations, you're not going to see a -- it's not going to be a snap and things will stop but things will move slowly. >> starbridge says ships scheduled the return will not be able to and ships scheduled for repairs won't get it. >> new video of the gas explosion in kansas city missouri. tonight workers are still trying to search for possible victims. at least one body has been recovered. we'retold a construction crew hit a gas line that sparked the blast. >> the family of a former police officer who killed his ex-wife and daughter-in-law and another woman says a brain tumor may be to blame. according topolice, thomas shot and killed the woman before turning the gun on himself in a delaware courthouse last week. hisfamily says he was diagnosed with the tumor in 1990 but was told there was no need to op
, why the pentagon has grounded some premary jet fighters. . >> plus. >> all right rosie we're out here live where the showers are coming down. look at the glazed ice on one of the cars in the abc2 news parking lot. you cansee what we're dealing with and a quick shot of these showers as they come down. . >> you need to clean off my car. and combining history class and a math lesson stirs up troubl . also, enough racy texts, which government agency is warning employees about using their cell phones for hanky pangy. . >> brand new at 11:00, the military has ground the entire fleet of f-33 fighters after discovering a flaw. a crack in the engine blade was discovered during a routine inspection. ifnavy and air force jets were also grounded. about fourhundred billion dollars worth of mraens are grounded until the investigation is complete. >> the fbi is cracking down on sexting. don't worry, they're only going after their own employees. the agency'sassistant director says employees have used government issued devices to send racy texts and pictures. so a report went out reminding the
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